One day King Arthur will return, so the prophecy says
The legend of King Arthur has endured for centuries and rightly so. The reason the legend has endured is because it’s actually true. Unlike the fables of Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Abominable Snowman, the true story of King Arthur can be found written in the annuals of the Ancient Khumry manuscripts, better known as the ancient historical manuscripts of British history.
Rediscovered by the historical detectives Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, there have actually been five King Arthur’s throughout British history, of which the first two were the most famous.
King Arthur I, who lived from 355AD to 388AD fought the Romans, son of Magnus Maximus, who himself was son of Constantine the Great.
The second King Arthur was born in 503AD and died in 579AD, famed for fighting the Saxons, son of King Maurice, who himself was the son of King Theoderic.
Separating fact from #Fiction, no sword was ever pulled from a stone and Merlin wasn’t a wizard, but instead King Arthur II’s mentor and teacher. Both King’s I and II were directly related to each other, both in a long line of Kings reaching back to the first King of Britain, King Brutus and further back to the Holy Family, descended from Anne, sister of Mary, mother of Jesus Christ himself.
Written in the Coelbren language of the ancient British, (Welsh to be exact,) Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett contend that ancient British history is the most well recorded and chronicled history in the world. It would appear that throughout history the tales and deeds of both King Arthurs, first recounted by historian Geoffrey of Monmouth, had been rolled into one.
Boycott Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur films
A growing movement of historical enthusiasts are calling for the boycotting of Guy Ritchie’s new King Arthur movie set for release in 2017, criticising it for being based on the romantic rubbish of 15th Century French writer Chretien de Troyes, and peddled on behalf of a German royal dynasty. A growing band of patriotic Brits are claiming the real British history has been covered up since 1066, by a succession of foreign royal dynasties.
Richard Branson ‘vooms’ to the rescue
Just as there were two versions of the Robin Hood movies released at the same time, the ‘Boycott Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur Movie’s community’ have turned to Richard Branson’s £1 Billion ‘Voom’ initiative to finance a new movie to rival Guy Ritchie’s. With a budget of two million, movie producers hope to convince Richard Branson to invest his money in three blockbuster movies which tell the real story and what really happened during the Dark Ages.
From King Arthur II’s birth in Wales, to his epic battles against the Picts and Saxons, which unified Britain, to his Summer Games, to the catastrophic asteroid debris which hit Britain in 562AD, to his escape to America in 575AD with a fleet of 700 ships, to his tragic assassination by a Red Indian in 579AD, it’s sure to be a fantastic trio of films which will rewrite history forever.